SOCCER: Donal O’Brien Ulster Inter-Provincial side got their preparation for the All-Ireland Intermediate title underway last night at the Finn Valley Centre, Ballybofey.O’Brien’s squad played their first friendly ahead of the competition which kicks-off on Friday, 2nd October against the Munster Senior League. In what was a competitive and entertaining friendly with Derry City’s U19 side, O’Brien will be happy with his sides performance.They took the lead after just two minutes when Davitt Walsh expertly dispatched his effort with a superbly placed finish with his left foot.Derry took a while to settle – but when they did they caused problems for Ulster and deservedly through level midway through the half.In the second-half, Derry got off to a flier and took the lead just two minutes after the restart. However, O’Brien’s charges took control and equalized thanks to a penalty from Darren McElwaine.Ulster squandered some great chances to win, while McElwaine and Jonathan Minnock saw their efforts crash off the woodwork late on.Ulster play Dergview next Wednesday before they head to Dublin for the tournament the following weekend.Ulster play Munster on Friday night, Connacht on Saturday and then face Leinster on Sunday afternoon.O’Brien’s side are aiming to win the competition for a third successive year.The squad is as follows: Gavin Culllen, Mark Moran, Malachy McDermott, Brendan Fildara, Christy McLaughlin, Peter Doherty, Gerard McLaughlin, Jimmy Bradley – (Cockhill Celtic ) Jonathan Minnock, Mark Forker, Darren McElwaine (Letterkenny Rovers) Eugene Ferry, Declan Lynch, Gareth Breslin (Bonagee United) Laurence Toland (Swilly Rovers) (Davitt Walsh, Shaun McElwaine (Fanad United) Shay Dunlop, Ryan Doherty, Stephen Mills (Derry City)SOCCER: ULSTER INTER-PROVINCIAL SIDE DRAW WITH DERRY CITY IN WARM-UP FIXTURE was last modified: September 17th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:soccerSport
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